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Located right on the sand of 1st and Ocean, Nikki Beach Miami has become a landmark for the ultimate parties, celebrations, and entertainment in Miami South Beach. Known internationally as the “Sexiest Place on Earth,” Nikki Beach Miami lives up to it’s reputation as a party playground for jet-setters, celebrities, VIP’s, guests and visitors alike.

A day at Nikki Beach Miami can be as relaxing or wild as one wishes, with large white linen chaises and low plush beds scattered across the beachfront property for prime sunbathing and socializing. Raised opium beds are nestled between palm trees are perfect for some private lounging, and oversized trademark teepees add to the charm and character of Nikki Beach. Outdoor showers are available if the South Beach Miami sun gets too hot, and a quick stroll down the sandy pathway opens up to the refreshing ocean waves of Miami.

There is a varied menu of seafood, sushi, sandwiches and more that can be enjoyed at one of the wooden umbrella-covered dining tables, or served directly to the beds and beach chairs by a white-linen clad member of the Nikki Beach Miami wait-staff. The same goes for beverages, as a highlight of visiting Nikki Beach Mami is tasting their famous Mojito, adorned beautifully with sugarcane and fresh mint—The perfect refreshment for a day at the beach.

Saturdays and Sundays bring out the party crowd, as resident DJ’s spin the best and latest in international house and dance music from an outdoor cabana-esque booth. As the mass of people dance around the beach, costumed performers entertain the crowd, pitchers of mojitos flow freely, and VIP partiers spray the revelers with champagne, it becomes quite obvious why Nikki Beach in Miami has became an international phenomenon that cannot be beat.

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1 Ocean Drive South Beach
Miami Beach Florida 33139
P: (305) 538-1111 | F: (305) 538-1380


1 Ocean Drive South Beach
Miami Beach Florida 33139
P: (305) 538-1111
F: (305) 538-1380

(10.8 mi – about 19 mins)

Stay straight to go onto NW 21ST ST.
Take the SR-112 E ramp toward I-95 N/BEACHES….
Merge onto I-395 E.
I-395 E becomes MACARTHUR CSWY/US-41 E.
Total Estimated Time: Total Distance: 16 minutes


South Beach Miami is a mecca for beautiful people, nightlife, sun, and celebration. Locally referred to as “SOBE,” it is the section of Miami Beach that stretches across the lower 23 blocks of the island from 1st Street to 23rd. As a major international destination for entertainment, art and culture, tourists from around the world flock to South Beach Miami to stroll down Ocean Drive, dine at a Cuban café, sunbathe (top optional) on one of the beautiful light sand beaches, and party until dawn at one of the many famous clubs and party scenes of South Beach Miami.

Gaining popularity in the 1980’s with a renaissance of the art and fashion world, South Beach Miami became synonymous with models, photo shoots, and celebrity spotting. Following Miami Vice fame, interest in South Beach Miami exploded with an appreciation for Art Deco architecture and design, and the neighborhood is now often a backdrop for many endeavors in the entertainment industry.

Today, South Beach Miami has much to offer guests, visitors and locals alike, with a variety of outdoor cafes, designer shops, exquisite hotels, and beach chic fun. Bicycles and walking are the preferred form of transportation, while boating, jet-skiing and other water activities are readily available at several ocean front locations. Take a stroll down Lincoln Road at South Beach —A famous destination for dining and shopping that leads straight to Ocean Drive, the most notorious and fashionable street in Miami. Washington and Collins avenue feature the most prominent night clubs, lounges and bars that welcome South Beach’s most beautiful and elite, with a reputation for having a discretionary eye.


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Often extremely sunny and hot, expect temperature between 60 and 80 degrees in South Beach between December and March. The remaining months are fairly consistent, with temperatures ranging between 80 to 90 degrees, with high humidity and ocean winds. Summer months often bring a short daily burst of heavy rain, and the months of June to November have been labeled as hurricane season.